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When community radio began ... the year 1972.

Every now and then on The Sound Barrier I like to spend a show focussing on the music of a particular year.

The final plunge of 2016 Radio Festival!

The latest edition of The Sound Barrier might have been in the final two hours of the 2016 PBS Radio Festival, but that doesn

A mid-Festival plunge into the unexpected!

Taking the plunge is what this year's PBS Radio Festival is all about, and it's what

From the barrier to the plunge ... and it's Radio Festival at PBS!!

With the 2016 PBS Radio Festival now upon us, what better time to spend a couple of hours playing you the music that represents what a

ELISION confronts the final frontier

It is always so exciting, when you go along to performances at the annual Metropolis New Music Festival in M

Sharing and resonating the barriers with James Hullick

The latest edition of The Sound Barrier fell in the last couple of hours of this year's May Day in Australia, the international day of

War in sound - the nuanced barriers of battle

There is probably no country on the planet that has not, at some time or another in its history, been involved in war.

Synthisational ... Leslie Craythorn and the Synthi 100!

The Synthi 100 is one of those things in fabled history that loads of people know about and talk about, but that only a small handful have ever actually seen.

Gathering and releasing sound - a new album from Sarah Hennies!

The ways in which composers and musicians capture and reshape sound has been a regular thread weaving through much of The Sound Barrier's exploration of music's fabric.

Does this really go with that? The dialectics of sound with Marcus Fjellström and Rubiks Collective.

The great German philosopher G W F Hegel worked a lot from the basis that ideas progress when they are brought into contact with their opposites and something new emerges from the fusion of one with t

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